Mountlake Terrace High School June Students of the Month

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Student Name: Kelsey O’Neill
Mother’s Name: Korryn O’Neill
Father’s Name: Patrick O’Neill
GPA: 3.99
Clubs & Activities: National Honor Society
Athletics: Fours years of varsity cross country and varsity track
Honors: Member of the National Society Of High School Scholars; Recognition for excellence in science by the American Association of University Women; Salutatorian
Awards: Edmonds School District Scholar-Athlete nominee; College Board AP Scholar; 2009 MTHS cross country Most Inspirational, 2010 and 2011 MTHS cross country Most Improved
Community Service: I volunteer in a classroom at my school to help with grading student work
Culminating Project: I completed the Bridge 155 course at Edmonds Community College as a culminating project
Current Employment: Front office staffer at North Seattle Pediatrics
Future Educational Goals; I will be attending the University of Washington where I will complete a B.S. in either biology or Medical Anthropology. From there, I hope to attend, and graduate from, medical school.
Future Career Goals: It is my goal to be a physician.

Student Name: Justin Frazier
Mother’s Name: Susanne Frazier
Father’s Name: Dale Frazier
GPA: 2.93
Athletics: For all my four years in high school, I have participated in Cross Country and Track and Field. I was also nominated captain in Cross Country both my junior and senior year.
Future Educational Goals: After high school I am attending Western Washington University. For my main focus of studies, I hope to study along the lines of Law and Justice programs by becoming a Police Officer or detective in the future.
Future Career Goals: I hope to become a law enforcement officer in the future or somewhere along the lines of criminal justice. It has sparked my interest by joining the Mountlake Terrace Police Explorers a few years ago. Knowing that I can make a big difference in the community is very satisfying. I plan to work my way up through the explorer program and to continue my learning and involvement with the program and the community.

 

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